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Thefts in Kettlethorpe Ingleby and Knaith Park

Alert message sent 12/04/2018 15:07:00

Information sent on behalf of Lincolnshire Police

Hello from Gainsborough Rural South Team

 A brand new Bobcat (mini digger) in white with red letters was taken sometime Tuesday/Wednesday from park Farm, Kettlethorpe. Incident 76-11/04/18 relates

A vehicle on Station Road, Knaith Park had a window smashed to steal a Ted Baker handbag Tuesday night or early Wednesday Incident 57 -11/04/18 relates

Gas bottles and an Ifor Williams trailer was stolen from Old park, Sturton road, Ingleby sometime overnight on Wednesday , there was a number plate with DN56 DPO on the trailer and athe jockey wheel is broken, incident number 66-12/04/18 relates

If you are able to assist with any information relating to these thefts please ring 101 or email us at gainsboroughruralsouth.npt@lincs.pnn.police,uk

Thank you
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Melanie Goodwill (Support, PCSO NC05 Gainsborough Rural South, Saxilby Station)

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